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"Medycyna Weterynaryjna" 2015 71 (9) 529-592

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ZASADY USTALANIA KOSZTÓW PUBLIKACJI
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Monthly journal, devoted to the problems of veterinary medicine and applied biology, founded 1945 by the professors of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University Maria Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin, Poland. Supported by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Contents: reviews and original papers – with English summaries, professional problems, bibliography, chronicle.
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Rychlik A. et al.

Capsule Endoscopy

Diseases of the small intestine are difficult to diagnose due to relatively non-specific symptoms and the low reliability of auxiliary tests. Laboratory analyses deliver low levels of sensitivity and specificity, whereas endoscopic techniques, despite recent advances in that field, are characterized by a narrow range of practical applications, in particular in ileum examinations, and require anesthesia (19). Capsule endoscopy is a non-invasive method for macroscopic evaluations of small intestine mucosa. This technique was developed in the 1980s by Gavriel Iddan of Israel, and the results of the first examinations performed on healthy volunteers were published in Nature in 2000. In August 2001, capsule endoscopy was approved as a safe diagnostic method by the US Food and Drug Administration (1). The FDA's approval paved the way to the rapid development of the new technique for small bowel diagnosis, as no alternative methods had existed at the time. Several capsule endoscopy systems for small intestine examinations are available today. The first system to be approved by the FDA was Given Imaging – Rapid with the Pillcam SB capsule and, subsequently, the Pillcam SB 2 capsule. Olympus EndoCapsule (Olympus, Tokyo, Japan) is a nearly identical solution that has also been approved by the FDA as an equally effective diagnostic system ...
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Herosimczyk A. et al.

Myocardial and pericardial 2-DE protein profiles ...

Two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-DE) and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) have recently emerged as powerful tools for the study of highly complex biological systems (8). These techniques make it possible to visualise hundreds of proteins present in a given biological material, including myocardial and pericardial tissues (4, 13). Over the past few years, many studies have been undertaken to create protein expression patterns of various fish tissues, including blood plasma (2), brain (1, 2, 15), liver (1, 2), skeletal muscle (1, 2, 11), intestine (2), sperm (9) and seminal plasma (14). Proteomic tools have also been successfully employed to establish protein profiles of the heart tissue of zebrafish (Danio rerio) (2) and Gulf killifish (Fundulus grandis) (1), and to assess the influence of an excessive concentration of fluoride in water on cardiac proteome changes in Japanese pufferfish (Takifugu rubripes) (10). Lu et al. (10), using 2-DE, MALDI-TOF MS and MALDI-TOF/TOF MS, showed that a 3 h exposure to sodium fluoride (35 mg/l) triggered changes in the expression of 21 myocardial proteins. These proteins are involved mainly in the process of apoptosis and other functions associated with fluorosis (e.g. telomerase reverse transcriptase, 4S Nc-tudor domain protein, protein disulfide isomerase ER-60, tuba1 protein, mitogen-activated protein kinase 10, SMC4 protein...
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Banaszewska D. et al.

Analysis of stallion semiologic semen parameters

Semen evaluation is essential in predicting male fertility and plays a significant role in maximizing reproductive performance, both in natural conditions and in assisted reproduction. This is particularly important in the case of horses, as there are many valuable stallions that via insemination can affect the selection response by siring foals with outstanding breeding and performance value. Moreover, accurate classification and quantitative determination of a particular sperm defect can provide valuable information on the potential fertility of the stallion and contribute to a diagnosis of reproductive problems (5). Routine semen examination is an important tool in diagnostics and fertility evaluation in humans and animals, both in vivo and in vitro (26). Among the most important parameters in semen evaluation are sperm motility and morphology (15). Sperm cells acquire the ability to move after passing through the ductus epididymidis. Motility is a fundamental morphological parameter enabling sperm cells to reach the site of fertilization, and thus is a particularly important factor in fertility potential (36). Routine morphological evaluation of semen, however, does not provide a clear indication of its fertilization capacity, with such exceptions as asthenozoospermia, azoospermia or teratozoospermia ...
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Bonath K., Kramer M.

Kleintierkrankheiten. Chirurgie der Weichteile

chorobymalychzwierzat Nakładem wydawnictwa Eugen Ulmer Verlag ukazał się podręcznik w języku niemieckim z zakresu chirurgii weterynaryjnej „Kleintierkrankheiten. Chirurgie der Weichteile” (Choroby małych zwierząt. Chirurgia tkanek miękkich) pod redakcją prof. prof. Klausa Bonatha i Martina Kramera. Jest to drugie wydanie tego podręcznika, które zostało całkowicie na nowo zredagowane i znacznie poszerzone. Ponadto nadano mu przejrzystą strukturę ułatwiająca czytelnikowi poruszanie się w jego treściach. Główną osią podręcznika są chirurgiczne schorzenia poszczególnych, życiowo ważnych układów, narządów i regionów ciała psów i kotów, takich jak ośrodkowy i obwodowy układ nerwowy, klatka piersiowa i drogi oddechowe, jama brzuszna i układ pokarmowy z wątrobą i drogami żółciowymi, układ rozrodczy i wydalniczy, narządy endokrynne, skóra i tkanka podskórna oraz układ limfatyczny. W podręczniku nie pominięto żadnego schorzenia chirurgicznego małych zwierząt związanego z tkankami miękkimi organizmu. Autorzy podają współczesne definicje poszczególnych schorzeń, opisują ich patogenezę, jednak najwięcej uwagi poświęcają obrazowi klinicznemu chorób z uwzględnieniem najnowocześniejszego postępowania diagnostycznego oraz leczeniu chirurgicznemu. Omawiają także obszernie metody znieczulenia oraz terapię przeciwbólową... [full text in Polish]

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Wiesław Z. Cygan

Prof. dr hab. n. wet. Zygmunt Maciej Cygan (1931 – 2014) - wspomnienie

cygan Profesor Zygmunt Maciej Cygan urodził się w Rejowcu 1 września 1931r. w rodzinie o silnych tradycjach patriotycznych. Wykształcenie średnie uzyskał w renomowanym Gimnazjum i Liceum im. Hetmana J. Zamoyskiego w Lublinie, a studia wyższe odbył na Wydziale Weterynaryjnym UMCS w Lublinie kończąc je w ciągu zaledwie 3,5 lat, co w tamtych czasach stanowiło ewenement. ... [full text in Polish]